High School Sports

  • All-conference: PVHS softball

        Prairie View softball coach Mark Gonzales was the coach of the year in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference.
        The ThunderHawks won their first playoff game in school history and came within a victory of advancing to their first state-tournament berth.
        The T-Hawks’ Brooklyn Trujillo, Samantha Bejarano, Sarah Stamps, Jazmin Neal and Camryn Mullen were first-team, all-conference selections. Haley Morgan, Brianna Lujan, Karina Martinez and Alexis Bejarano were honorable-mention members of the team.

  • All-conference: PVHS football

        Seven members of the Prairie View High School football team earned all-Flatiirons League recognition this season.
        Demetrius De La Torre, Cameron Worth, Spencer Wilson and Isaac Campbell were first-team choices. Ben Meraz, Donovan Otero and Elmer Baca made the second team.
        PVHS finished 4-6 this season and earned a spot in the state 5A playoffs.

  • All-conference: PVHS cross country

        Prairie View’s Alexx McMillan was the lone ThunderHawk runner to earn first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this season.
        Morgan Taylor, Bethani Hartman, Garrett Trudell and Xavier Hunt were second-team winners for the T-Hawks.

  • All-conference: BHS tennis

        Brighton’s James Evangelista was the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference’s player of the year this fall. He also earned first-team, all-conference honors.
        So did Dylan Gagon and the doubles teams of Indigo Schultz and Hiroto Hayashi, Ryan Smith and Keegan Estrella and Tyler Frankish and Trae Epema. Second-team, all-conference certificates went to Matt Swarr and the doubles tandem of Kevin Kovach and Austin Isham.


  • New style of training



    Brighton High School's boys basketball team spent part of its Saturday training with the Navy SEALS.  One of the main lessons of Saturday’s training of members of the Brighton basketball team was the concept of being part of a team. Among other activities, pllayers were required to carry one of their fellow team members as a show of solidarity.

  • Signed and sealed; Brighton's Rahrich heads for Stony Brook
  • Prairie View scoreboard -- Oct. 28


    Rangeview handed Prairie View its first defeat of the season Oct. 28. The Raiders won the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference match 25-22, 25-23, 25-16 on the ThunderHawks' floor.

    Tyler Speller had 11 kills for RHS. Jackie McBride added 10. Lauren Gonzales topped Prairie View's net statistics with 11 kills.

    Brighton hosts Prairie View at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 29.

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard – Oct. 30


    Eagle Ridge Academy won its 10th match in a row Oct. 28. The Warriors beat Denver School of Science and Technology 25-21, 25-11, 25-19 in Denver.

    Erie snapped the winning streak with a 25-7. 25-15, 25-17 over the Warriors Oct. 30. The match was in Erie. Katia Fitzgerald had eight kills to pace the Tigers. No stats were available for the Warriors.

  • Brighton HS scoreboard Oct. 28


    Arapahoe and Brighton played the full five sets Oct. 28 in Brighton before the Warriors prevailed 25-15, 21-25, 24-26, 25-14, 15-10.

    Kelly Winz led the Warriors with 16 kills. Tylerann Cairns had 13, while Jayden Liberty had 11. Kaylee Rodgers chipped in with 10. No stats were available for the Bulldogs.

  • Athletic honors for PV grad Lubick

        Prairie View High School added one name to its athletic wall of fame, that of baseball player Joe Lubick.
        One of the criteria for membership is conference player-of-the-year recognition. This is the third year for the ThunderHawks’ wall of fame honor.
        More names could be forthcoming. School officials said that process will take place after the fall sports seasons end and votes are cast for the various sports’ players of the year.